Iran-North Korea-Syria Cooperation, and More from CRS

By April 21, 2014

The executive branch today provides less unclassified information to Congress concerning proliferation of weapons mass destruction than it used to do, a new report from the Congressional Research Service observes.

“The number of unclassified reports to Congress on WMD-related issues has decreased considerably in recent years,” the report said. “Congress may wish to consider requiring additional reporting from the executive branch on WMD proliferation.” That suggestion appeared in a new CRS report entitled Iran-North Korea-Syria Ballistic Missile and Nuclear Cooperation, published April 16, 2014.

Other new and newly updated CRS reports that Congress has withheld from online public distribution include the following.

NATO: Response to the Crisis in Ukraine and Security Concerns in Central and Eastern Europe, April 16, 2014

Obstruction of Justice: an Overview of Some of the Federal Statutes that Prohibit Interference with Judicial, Executive, or Legislative Activities, April 17, 2014

Same-Sex Marriage: A Legal Background After United States v. Windsor, April 17, 2014

Executive Orders: Issuance, Modification, and Revocation, April 16, 2014

Returning to Full Employment: What Do the Indicators Tell Us?, April 15, 2014

Chemical Facility Security: Issues and Options for the 113th Congress, April 16, 2014

Social Media in the House of Representatives: Frequently Asked Questions, April 16, 2014

Declarations of War and Authorizations for the Use of Military Force: Historical Background and Legal Implications, April 18, 2014

 

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